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. >> it is no secret black hair is curly. i went out on assignment covering martin luther king when he was in the bay area. it was a day that was damp and drizzly. my hair started chemically straightened but by the time the day was over it turned into a large puffball. the cameramen were shooting and saying my god, what happened to your hair? i just started to laugh because he had not seen that formation. now we are open with all of our cultural strengths and weaknesses. i don't think you would find an issue even if a woman turned up with purple hair. >> you said the word open. i think that is a good distributive of this book. you are very open about -- your childhood was tough. your mom was only 14 when she had you, clearly not quipped to raise you. you were passed on from relative to relative and you were molested as a child, as well. a lot of stuff people don't know. >> my mom left in i dad because she married too young and had babies too quick. when she ran away she left me in a household full of males and bad things will happen in that environment. >> i kept worrying -- my heart was almost b
now with a look at the annual in the name of love musical tribute to dr. martin luther king, jr. it takes place this year saturday january 19 at the legendary paramount theater in oakland. thank you for watching.
the historical documents, so we have letters that were written by dr. martin luther king. >> oh, my goodness. >> and -- . >> i love her. >> so do i. >> we have in the collection, a first edition of poedges by sweetly and -- poems by sweetly. >> uh. >> and this is a part of what we do sat moad, we're the venue forention and -- vacation and cultural en-- for vocation and cultural enrichment and talk about when did you discover you were african? we share a common humanity and anest isery. >> yes, because the -- ancestry. the african people were the original on the planet. >> absolutely. >> everyone's dna goes back to the continent of africa. >> yes. and we want everyone to see moad as a venue for their cultural and enrichment, the important issues are debated. >> and there is something important. i need to say this about art. >> yes. >> and, you know, the great philosopher, rudolphsteiner said that creativity was the window to the soul. >> indeed,. >> and it really does reach in and touch the soul. for our young people. >> uh. >> i have to make this plug. not every child is a person with the br
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